This week has been about bloom filters, procedural fish drawings, data visualisation in Python, casual inference, and a bit on browser wars.
An article arguing that Chrome is the new IE in terms of monopolistic behaviour.
A tool to generate fish drawings. It exports results as SVG, JSON and includes an option to export the drawing animation.
A book on causal inference with observational data. Goes from the design of research to the statistical tools to use to execute it.
A collection of resources to work with Hydra, a documentation framework build on top of Linked Data principles for creating hypermedia REST APIs.
A toolset for browser-based data visualisation in Python. Although it provides a fairly large set of functionality it has a good low-friction starting point and a decent set of tutorials.
An article introducing the concept of a “bloom filter” and some obvious and not-so obvious applications.